Early show: Dark Star> St. Stephen> The Eleven> Turn On Your Love Light
Late show: Cryptical Envelopment> Drums> The Other One> Cryptical Envelopment> Death Don't Have No Mercy, Alligator> Drums> Drummers' Chant> Jam> China Cat Jam> Jam> Caution (Do Not Stop On Tracks)> Feedback> And We Bid You Good Night
Other artist(s): The Velvet Underground; The Fugs
- Two pops removed and a couple of partial dropouts repaired.
- There is a splice in 'Love Light' at 7:48
February 9, 2017 Subject:
Pretty sure Jerry invented that word. Or it was invented for Jerry. Darkstar is at once delicate and then thundering in its beauty. This is the Dead being the Dead. Amazing.
February 7, 2017 Subject:
Dawn Of The Dead
On A Crisp Evening In A Waning Winter Of 1969.The Dead Broke Like A Psychedelic Dawn On The River Valley Town Of Pittsburgh,Pennsylvania.Pouring Their Intense Burning Light On A Select Few.Sewing The Seeds Of Thousands Transformed By The Light Through The Years.Until In 1995, Though Diminished By Time It Slipped Behind The Western Mountains.Leaving Smiles,Friendships,And Musical Memories.Fortunately Preserved In Recordings Such As This.That Crackles With That Burning Energy And Intensity Of That First Psychedelic Dawn.
favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Source: Soundboard > 7 1/2' Reel Master @ 7.5 ips (Recorded By Bear on a Sony 770 Reel Deck) > 1st gen (TDK SAX-100 cassette) from Dick Latvala (Master Reel Playback on a Technics 1506 Reel to Reel > Tascam 122 MK111 Cassette Deck No dolby) > Analog to Digital (Cassettes played back on Nakamichi Dragon > Sony PCM-R700 DAT @ 44.1 by Jim Wise 1998); Edited and mastered SIRMIck